Improve Vascular Lesions & Pigmentation with Lumecca



Improve the appearance of age spots, sun damage, vascular lesions, rosacea and freckles. Lumecca can be used to treat all areas of the body. Common areas for treatment are: face, neck, legs, hands and arms. This treatment option has shown significant improvement of skin discoloration related to vascular and pigmented lesions. A majority of patients have seen exceptional results with a single treatment.

How it Works

Lumecca uses the most powerful intense pulse light (IPL) to treat pigmented and vascular lesions. Improved skin appears just days after treatment! Results vary on severity skin damage, type of treatment and energy settings.

This treatment can be used on all areas of the body. One month prior to your session, you should avoid direct sunlight and tanning.

This powerful device can produce results in a single session, but even greater results are possible with more than one session.

You can expect redness and a slight warming of the skin that usually subsides within an hour. The next few days after your treatment pigmented lesions will flake off and your skin will show a more even tone.

Many patients usually see results over a few days. Patients may notice their skin is sensitive to sunlight after treatment so it is important to avoid any direct sunlight and tanning after your session.

See Why Patients Choose Waccamaw Dermatology

“I had my first appointment with Dr. Kristen Clark in North Myrtle Beach. I was so impressed with this office! The staff was friendly and immediately made me feel comfortable. Dr. Clark was extremely professional, thorough and personable. If you are in the market for a dermatologist I highly recommend the office of Dr. Kristen Clark and her staff with Waccamaw Dermotology.”

– Dianne Jenkins

“Dr. Coakley and staff are by far the best professional, personable and efficient folks I have ever dealt with. I have had well over nine different surgeries over the years at four other dermatologists offices. I would highly recommend Waccamaw Dermatolgy and especially Dr. Coakley. A special shout out to Holly who is so good at what she does.”

– Stephen Carson